Animals and the Development of Human Consciousness

October 17, 2012 by  
Filed under Spiritual Wisdom


Blogging with Irene Bras - van Leeuwen


In her program, Irene shared with us the 4 Keys that enable us to live in freedom and to experience Oneness:

  1. staying free of judgment
  2. taking responsibility from free will
  3. the power of our thoughts
  4. living from the heart

Feel free to comment here if you have questions about this program, or about Irene's perspectives on healing for and with animals.  If you'd  like to share your own healing experiences with her, Irene would love to read about them. Irene is very interested in healing mediums such as flower and other essences and crystal skulls.

As a special gift to those who attended this program or listened to this recording, Irene is offering a session at a 25% discount if you schedule before November 1, 2012.  Please email your request to Irene at and mention her cat’s name “Violet” to receive the discount.

Irene lives in The Netherlands, which is 6 hours ahead of Eastern Time in the US and 9 hours ahead of Pacific Time.  Therefore, it may take her a bit longer to respond than if she lived in the Western Hemisphere.  Thank you.




The Owl’s Corner: Invasive Species

October 10, 2012 by  
Filed under Owl's Corner


What is the best way to handle

invading animals and plants from other parts of the world?

Sylvie asks:

Being an ecologist, I am regularly confronted by invasive species, as new plant and animal species are regularly introduced into new, foreign environments by human activities, and will cause important damages and kills. So I wonder about how the beings want us to react.

  1. Is it our responsibility to restore balance by moving or (quite often) kill the invaders?
  2. Would the animals and plants cope alone with the problem, and let the nature take care of it, knowing that maybe hundreds of individual will die?

I find it very difficult to decide what to do for helping and would like to know what animals and plants are feeling about this.


Please comment ONLY if you are

a professional Animal Communicator.

Please include your name and website.
Thank you